As much as many of us tend to think of Creative moments simply striking as lightening bolts in a
random pattern, most people that rely on their creativity for a living - meaning they must be creative 'on demand' - have found it necessary to have a space that is completely devoted to their creativity. Entering that space serves as a trigger to their brains that it is now time to be creative. Maya Angelou typically chose to work in small, no frills hotel rooms, rather than her home, as a separation of her living and working spaces, allowing her mind to recognise when it was time for her to work and be creative. This tip also serves as a great signal for increased productivity as well!